Blogs, tutorials about .NET 5

Getting Started with ASP.NET MVC Core and .NET 5
In this article, we are going to create a simple ASP.NET MVC Core Web Application using Visual Studio 2019 and .Net 5. We will also add controller, action method, MVC view with Model binding.

Microservice Architecture Pattern for Architects
This blogpost explains about advantages, disadvantages, internal service communication, SOA vs MSA, Prerequisites, and other aspects of Microservice Architecture that are required to define architecture your application with Microservices.

ASP.NET Core MVC Model Binding
This article explains what is model binding in ASP.NET Core MVC and how to use its different attributes like BindNever, BindRequired, FromHeader, FromQuery, FromRoute, FromForm, FromServices, FromBody, ModelBinder, and model binding to a list of complex objects.

ASP.NET MVC Core Controller Action Method and Types of Action Result
This blog explains what is MVC Controller, Action Method, and different types of ActionResult like HTML returning, Content, Redirect, File, Status Code, Security related.

ASP.NET Core MVC returning file using Fileresult
This blog explains how you can return files to client from ASP.NET Core application using fileresult actionresults like FileContentResult, FileStreamResult, VirtualFileResult, PhysicalFileResult.

Return different types of content from ASP.NET Core MVC Action Result
ASP.NET Core MVC action result returns different types of content it can be HTML, JSON, string, or empty content. We will explore ViewResult, PartialViewResult, JsonResult, ContentResult, EmptyResult.

Create MongoDB Docker Image and Connect from .NET Core app
This blog creates a Docker MongoDB Image container, database, collection and connnect this container through .NET Core Console app to read table data.

How to use Areas in ASP.NET Core MVC
This blog explains how to create Area in ASP.NET Core MVC application, how to use the route for area, configure default area route, link controller action methods from different areas.

How to use ASP.NET Core MVC built-in Filters
ASP.NET Core MVC uses number of built-in filters like Authorization, Resource, Action, Exception, and Result filters. Filters help you to remove repetitive code by injecting them at certain stages of the request pipeline.